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 By Max Nesterak    News    October 17, 2018

Temporary Minneapolis shelter to break new ground in more ways than one

The Red Lake Nation and the city of Minneapolis are rushing to build emergency shelter for around 200 people living at the state's largest homeless encampment. The new shelter, a so-called "navigation center," has never been built before in Minnesota. The site for the...

 

Search rapidly expands for missing Wisconsin teen whose parents were slain

Authorities in northwestern Wisconsin are tracking hundreds of tips and scrutinizing social media and phone records in a rapidly expanding search for a 13-year-old girl who has been missing since her parents were slain in the family’s home outside Barron, Wis. The Barron County Sheriff’s Office believes Jayme...

 

Minnesota reports seventh case of polio-like illness as public health investigation advances

Minnesota is reporting a seventh case of a rare, paralyzing illness in children that has now been detected in 22 states. Federal health officials are trying to confirm that the child has acute flaccid myelitis, or AFM, a polio-like illness that causes paralysis or limited mobility, said Kris Ehresmann, who directs the...

 

Enbridge outlines $1.4 billion worst-case scenario spill on proposed pipeline

A worst-case oil spill on Enbridge's planned new oil pipeline across northern Minnesota would cost an estimated $1.4 billion, a little more than the price of the company's mammoth spill in Michigan eight years ago. Enbridge was required to come up with the worst-case scenario by the Minnesota Public Utilities...

 

Canada to pardon pot possession as it legalizes marijuana

TORONTO — The Canadian government is ready to pardon those with a pot possession record of 30 grams or less after Canada becomes the second and largest country with a legal national marijuana marketplace Wednesday. A senior government official said those with a record will be allowed to apply for a pardon. The...

 

BP: BSU enrollment down 2 percent: More students are learning part-time

BEMIDJI -- Overall enrollment at Bemidji State University is about 2 percent lower than it was at this time last year. University staff reported late last week that 5,136 total students were enrolled there on the 30th day of classes. That’s about 60 fewer students than the number recorded on the 30th day of the...

 

Government spends millions to guard Confederate cemeteries

ALTON, Ill. — After last year's deadly clash between white nationalists and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, the federal government quietly spent millions of dollars to hire private security guards to stand watch over at least eight Confederate cemeteries, documents from the Department of Veterans...

 

Israeli fire wounds 32 Palestinians in Gaza beach protest

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip — Gaza's Health Ministry says 32 Palestinians have been wounded by Israeli fire during a mass protest along the beach near the Israeli frontier. Protesters threw flaming tires over the fence Monday, while fishing boats hoisted Palestinian flags. Israeli forces responded with tear gas and live...

 

BP: Deficit balloons to $779 billion in Trump's second year

America's budget deficit ballooned to $779 billion in 2018, the federal government said on Monday, as higher spending and stagnating tax revenue pushed the nation's debt burden higher. The approximately 17 percent jump in the federal deficit came despite the strong growth in the overall U.S. economy, an unusual...

 

Five Civilized Tribes call for action in three resolutions

DURANT, Okla. – The Inter-Tribal Council (ITC) of the Five Civilized Tribes faced a light action agenda at its final 2018 quarterly meeting Oct. 12. The council is comprised of leaders of the Chickasaw, Cherokee, Choctaw, Muscogee (Creek) and Seminole nations. They...

 

Women's Group Names Red Dawn Foster (Running for State Sen. in South Dakota's 27th District) As a Top Trailblazing Woman Candidate to Watch in 2018

RAPID CITY, SOUTH DAKOTA -- UltraViolet PAC, a leading national women’s group, with more than 1.1 million members in Colorado has named Red Dawn Foster, who is running for State Senator in South Dakota’s 27th District, as one of their top 10 trailblazing women candidates to watch in 2018. The announcement, coupled...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    October 16, 2018 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow: Saturday Afternoon Session - P32

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow: Saturday Afternoon Session The new 2018-19 O-Bah-Shiing (Ponemah) Labor Day Royalty. Princess: Jade Cloud Brave: KaVern Kingbird Obashing Singing Contest 1st Place-Warpaint 2nd Place-High Noon 3rd Place-Southern Boyz 4th Place-Standing Horse...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    October 16, 2018 

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow: Friday Evening Session - P32

Ponemah Labor Day Pow Wow: Saturday Afternoon Session The new 2018-19 O-Bah-Shiing (Ponemah) Labor Day Royalty. Princess: Jade Cloud Brave: KaVern Kingbird Obashing Singing Contest 1st Place-Warpaint 2nd Place-High Noon 3rd Place-Southern Boyz 4th Place-Standing Horse...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    October 16, 2018 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session - P37

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow - Saturday Afternoon Session...

 
 By Michael Barrett    News    October 16, 2018 

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow - Saturday Parade - P37

Red Lake Fair and Pow Wow - Saturday Parade...

 

Stephen Miller's 3rd-grade teacher suspended for op-ed claiming he was 'strange,' ate glue

A California teacher who taught White House senior policy adviser Stephen Miller when he was a third-grader has been suspended after she published an op-ed claiming he was a “loner” who ate glue in her class. The Santa Monica-Malibu Unified School District placed Nikki Fiske on “home assignment” pending an...

 

Key deadline today for 'borrower defense' rules

Editor's Note: This edition of Free Morning Education is published weekdays at 10 a.m. POLITICO Pro Education subscribers hold exclusive early access to the newsletter each morning at 6 a.m. To learn more about POLITICO Pro's comprehensive policy intelligence coverage, policy tools and services, click here. KEY...

 

Federal appeals court sides with Tony Evers in dispute over busing private school students

MADISON - Federal judges are backing state schools Superintendent Tony Evers' decision to not require a Washington County public school district to provide busing to students attending a private religious school. Parents of students at St. Augustine School and a conservative legal firm sued Evers and the Friess Lake...

 

Michigan Student Hacker Shows Holes in District's System

ROCHESTER HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Student hackers have shown vulnerabilities in a Michigan school district's cybersecurity system. The Rochester Community School District recently addressed a hacking incident and recommended students change their passwords, The Detroit News reported. The district is working to ensure...

 

No matter what Elizabeth Warren's DNA test shows, there's no genetic test to prove you're Native American

Over the weekend, US Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) released the results of a genetic test suggesting she does have some Native American ancestry. Warren, who is likely to run for president in 2020, probably hopes that the results will stop President Trump and his supporters from mocking her by calling her “Pocahontas....

 

Citizen Potawatomi Nation hits end of the line at Supreme Court

The Citizen Potawatomi Nation has been turned away by the U.S. Supreme Court. The tribe asked the justices to review a ruling which struck down a key provision on its Class III gaming compact. The provision had been used to secure a favorable award in an arbitration dispute with the state of Oklahoma....

 

Justice Brett Kavanaugh's impact on Indian Country

On October 6, Brett Kavanaugh was sworn in as a Supreme Court justice after a nomination process marked by explosive sexual assault allegations and extreme partisanship in the Senate Judiciary Committee. Much of Kavanaugh’s tumultuous confirmation process stood in contrast to President Donald Trump’s previous...

 

USDA Partners to Improve Community Infrastructure for 117,000 Rural Minnesotans

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Development State Director for Minnesota Brad Finstad today announced nearly $3 million in investments to build community infrastructure and facilities for more than 117,000 rural Minnesotans. “Modern and efficient infrastructure is foundational to ensuring rural...

 

Grim recovery effort underway at Chaska pond in search for missing women

Family members and friends held an agonizing vigil into the night Sunday near a murky pond in Chaska as divers located a car that had been carrying two 19-year-old Shakopee women. After several hours of searching, police and firefighters announced via loudspeaker to the crowd of several hundred people, many of them...

 

Police: Hunt for missing 11-year-old north Mpls. ends with her safe return

A new day brought good news about the whereabouts of an 11-year-old girl missing since early the previous day from her north Minneapolis home. Police said Sunday that they have located Ashya Rose Robertson, who had been missing since 2 p.m. Saturday from her home in the 1400 block of 15th Avenue N....

 

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